The Business of Options shows how to conduct a professional options business. While it addresses the principles and practices of option trading and hedging in great detail, the book is the first to do so from a management perspective. O'Connell's extensive experience in option trading, training, and consulting enables the book to offer a unique combination of sophistication, clarity and insight. M...
Series: Wiley Finance (Book 75)
Hardcover: 256 pages
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (June 18, 2001)
Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 0.9 x 9.4 inches
Amazon Rank: 1557485
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This is easily the best derivatives book I have come across. It is written for practitioners and delves into the subject immediately without the fluff of what is a call/put to pad out the book. A real hidden gem....
books that are written for professionals focus on advanced math or on specific trades. This book goes farther, incorporating broad strategic considerations and exploring the implications of likely human behavior. It often challenges conventional wisdom of "what works" in the options business. Its intuitive approach to complex issues involving options enables readers to stretch their mathematical capabilities. Its down-to-earth explanations about the business of options reflect both the optimism and skepticism of a seasoned practitioner in the option market who has, for over 20 years, advised and trained professional dealers and users of options around the world.